This has been already discussed here. NVMe drives don't return data in the 'SATA S.M.A.R.T.' format including attributes/thresholds (which was never fully standardized anyway, so it resulted in a huge mess where each vendor used its own definition and meaning of attributes).
They return a different set of health information which is displayed by HWiNFO. What CrystalDiskInfo does, is it transfers the NVMe health information into a 'faked' S.M.A.R.T. report.